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  1. thanks Western , i have the military data plate , and found some info on the merlin website the car was used in scotland with the cadet training corp , is this the museum you mean : https://www.britishmotormuseum.co.uk/archive
  2. hello all , a long time ago (when i owned a serie's 2 build in 1964) i got in touch with LandRover to get a build sheet for my car , because i needed to know the exact build date to have the correct build date on my car papers .(for some strange reason the build date on the vehicle papers was the date it was released bij the army , not the date it was build). is it still possible to get a build sheet for a old ex-mod 110 , and if so , who do you need to contact for that ?
  3. if you look below the parkswitch , there's the end of a shaft from the wipermotor, at the end of this shaft there needs to be a circlip holding the shaft tight to the back end ( and so the wiperswitch) , i have had a recent motor where the clip was missing , this makes the shaft turn inwards and doesn't protrude enough to push the switch ...
  4. on my 110 i have 255 toyo M/T , stock suspension and only a little rub on the trailingarms (still need to correct that) as a spare it's a monster , the wheel/tyre combo is really heavy !! for my use ( daily driver and the ocasional holliday) perfect tyre , even the higway noise is very acceptable
  5. on my axle the other arrow was on the thin part (where the spline's are).
  6. if the box is big enough , i can use a couple as wel 🙂
  7. in this link : https://www.gov.uk/government/publications/foi-responses-published-by-mod-week-commencing-09-july-2018 you will find the Merlin document , download al parts and look for you registration number , it wil tell some historie of it .
  8. no idea , original chassis has welded plate's to mount the rear tub .
  9. no , common misstake , you start at the back and work your way forward. bolt the rear bed to the chassis with the rear 8 m8 bolts , then set the 2nd row door space (adjusting the b/c post with washers) , then set the gap for the front doors (adjusting the bulkhead with washers). if everything is perfect bolt the whole thing together
  10. mine was almost next to the breather pipe connection , if you look from the front to the axle it was on the left side of the breather.
  11. my gues would be to drop a disco 200tdi in it , and swap the exhaust and intake manifolds from you defender 200tdi
  12. first step would be to locate the axle number , on my 110 the number was on the left side of the breather pipe (not to the right ,as some info tells you !!)
  13. i bought these : http://www.vehicle-wiring-products.eu/product.php/664/8-way-blade-fuse-box at the moment trying to sort out the wiring before changing the glass fuse's , i'll let you all know how it fits (or not)
  14. i think the +12volt en switched 12 volt are the wrong way round , i have the same radio/tablet in my 110 and it does power up from scratch if i use my battery isolation switch. if i don't use the battery switch it just turns on fast (sleepmode).
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